Supply Chains Are Going Green in These Six Ways

November 26, 2019

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Sustainability concerns are springing up in countless industries. A growing number of consumers prefer businesses that are dedicated to environmentalism, and companies are striving to address their concerns while improving internal systems. Failure to embrace a comprehensive approach to the issue can cause companies to fall short in their efforts. The most effective efforts at sustainability originate through a holistic transformation of the supply chain.

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Shark Trucking, Inc.

Shark Trucking started in 1993 with 2 trucks and has expanded into a multi-tasking logistics corporation with over 60 units in operation. In 2008, Shark Trucking, Inc. moved over 10,000 loads and nearly 500 million pounds of freight !!! Shark Trucking, Inc. has provided excellent customer service since 1993.

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